Rebranding Safe Kids Worldwide

Rebranding Safe Kids Worldwide

Childhood Injury Prevention June 5,2015 1 Overview and Objectives Identify the most prevalent childhood risks for injury and death Compare and contrast national data and Nevada data trends List local and national resources and gaps for injury prevention Identify programs working at the local level to provide injury

prevention strategies Questions Our Mission We work to keep all kids safe from preventable injuries 3

4 No parent should have to endure the loss of a child. We can give all children the chance to grow up and become whatever they can imagine. HERES HOW 5

Our Impact Number of unintentional injury fatalities among children 19 and under, 1987-2010 in U.S. 4,342 in 2020 55% decline in the number of injury fatalities since 1987 in the U.S. 6

U.S. Child Death Statistics 2010 CDC, National Center for Injury Prevention and Control. Webbased Injury Statistics Query and Reporting System (WISQARS). 7

U.S. Child Injury Statistics 2012 CDC, National Center for Injury Prevention and Control. Webbased Injury Statistics Query and Reporting System (WISQARS). 8 Child Injury State-to-State

9 Nevada Child Death Statistics - 2010 How does child death in Nevada compare with the rest of the U.S.? Total Nevada child and

adolescent deaths: Total national child and adolescent deaths: This is a decrease from Nevada child deaths in 2009: This is a decrease from

national child deaths in 2009: 327 361 38,908 41,640

Nevada Infant Mortality Rate: National Infant Mortality Rate: 5.85 per 1,000 live births Largest subgroup of child deaths in Nevada: Age group: Under 1 6.39 per 1,000 live births

Largest subgroup of child deaths in Nevada: Age group: Under 1 2010 11

Nevada For the last three years, non-motor vehicle accidents (non-MVA) are the leading cause/manner of accidental death for children and adolescents in Nevada. This is inconsistent with national mortality data, which shows motor vehicle accidents (MVA) as the leading cause/manner of death for all American children and adolescents. 12

Nevada Child Injury Statistics - 2012 13 What We Do Community Delivered Programs Emerging Issues

14 Gaps in Nevada No State office or programs focusing on general injury prevention State Injury Prevention Grant from CDC funded a statewide Task Force and ended in 2010.

No Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) Office Poison Control moved from Oregon to Colorado No Statewide Safe Kids Office Existing Resources in Nevada Safe Kids Washoe County and Safe Kids Clark County Nevada State Office of Suicide Prevention, Division of Public and Behavioral Health Nevada Department of Public Safety, Office of Traffic Safety

Child Passenger Safety Advisory Committee Nevada Department of Transportation Seven Child Death Review Teams (2 in Clark County, 1 in Washoe County, 4 Rural teams) Thank You Contact Information: Leah Nelson

President, Safe Kids Washoe County Coalition Marketing, Renown Childrens Hospital 775-982-6087 [email protected] www.safekidswc.com 17

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